Tuesday Parallel Session: High Speed Separations

June 20, 2016

This Tuesday morning session will be chaired by Milton Lee of Brigham Young University and will be held in the Golden Gate Ballroom A on floor B2 level. The session will begin at 11:15 am.

This Tuesday morning session will be chaired by Milton Lee of Brigham Young University and will be held in the Golden Gate Ballroom A on floor B2 level. The session will begin at 11:15 am. Lee was the recipient of LCGC’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award.

The session will open with a talk presented by Susan Olesik of Ohio State University. Her presentation is titled “Enhanced Fluidity Liquid Chromatographic Separations - A Green Method for the Separation of Polar Biologically Relevant Compounds.”

The session’s next presentation is titled “Ultra-fast High-efficiency Enantioseparations by Means of New Chiral Stationary Phases Made on Sub-2 μm Totally Porous Silica Particles” and will be presented by Alberto Cavazzini of the University of Ferrara in Ferrara, Italy.

Daniel W. Armstrong of the University of Texas at Arlington will present the final talk in this Tuesday session. His talk is also a keynote lecture. It is titled “Practice and Consequences of Ultra-fast, High Efficiency Achiral and Chiral Separations.”

The session will be followed by several free vendor technical workshops in various rooms. There will also be a mixer in the exhibition hall that includes a light lunch located in the Yerba Buena Ballroom, floor lower B2 level.